The group's announcement followed a federal judge's order pausing federal COVID-19 vaccine requirements for health workers.
Dozens of people stood Sunday on various corners of the intersection of Lyndale Avenue and Last Chance Gulch in a rally against a pending Dec.…
High demand on housing is compounding recruitment and retention efforts at the same time facilities need more workers than ever before to handle surges in COVID-19 patients.
Together Employees, which consists of more than 200 employees, said the vaccine mandate violated their “sincerely held religious beliefs or places them in significant physical or mental danger.”
The Montana National Guard has emerged from the fire season as a growing chorus is calling for renewed help combating the COVID-19 resurgence.
Phone calls from overburdened, tearful nurses land weekly in Vicky Byrd’s mailbox. As the CEO of the Montana Nurses Association, Byrd is the advocate for Montana nurses who are shouldering the brunt of a nationwide nursing shortage aggravated by an unrelenting pandemic.
Benefis Health System will open its new 4,800-square-foot urgent care center in Helena on July 26 in a building that once housed an IHOP.
High housing costs are driving up the cost of healthcare, according to the CEO of the Montana Hospital Association.
Before wrapping up its 67th session Thursday afternoon, the Montana Legislature passed a controversial vaccine bill after approving changes to give medical and long-term care facilities more leeway to navigate new restrictions.
"What I’d really hate to find out is when I go to visit my mother you’re not allowed to,” Rep. Llew Jones, R-Conrad, said.
Dr. Greg Holzman is entering his final days as the state’s medical officer after being among the familiar faces in Montana's battle against CO…
The Montana Hospital Association said the change in reporting requirements will create additional burdens, especially for smaller hospitals.
As the number of cases of coronavirus escalates in Montana, hospitals are preparing for more patients while also working to protect staff and others from exposure.
BOZEMAN — Medicare is reducing payments to nine Montana hospitals under a program that penalizes costly readmissions within a month of treatment for heart and lung diseases as well as knee and hip replacement surgery.
Big Tobacco has thrown another $3.5 million toward an effort to defeat a ballot initiative that would raise the price of a pack of cigarettes by $2 and use the money to pay for Medicaid expansion in Montana.
Shane Park, 49, got released from parole on Oct. 2, 2017. By Oct. 5, he was using methamphetamine again.
Montana hospitals are worried the latest Senate Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act will harm the working poor and seniors.
Montana’s Senate delegation is picking up where it left off on repealing the Affordable Care Act as lawmakers prepare for another vote, possibly next week.
The Department of Public Health and Human Services is already preparing to make cuts that would lower Medicaid provider rates and end a progra…
Alarmed by rising health care costs, a Montana legislator is seeking to impose price controls on hospitals and place them under the authority …
From food recalls to Zika, health care issues were among the most popular online searches in 2016. Montanans increased their knowledge of anti…